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OlzaLogistic API PHP Client

Olza Logistic PHP API client is a useful PHP helper for developers who want to integrate basic API actions into their e-shop/application. It covers most of the needed possibilities, but programmers are free to use the API directly, if they need a special functionality that is not provided by the client.

For additional information please contact your dedicated Olza Logistic manager.


  • client provides standard interface for preparing requests, including entities for each API call
  • client automatically checks and validates returned results
  • results are hydrated into prepared lists and entities for easier manipulation
  • different types of exceptions are thrown/returned, based on the occurred event
  • included support for Composer

Structure of client

The client is documented using DocBlock, so feel free to read the description of functions/classes provided. You can find following types of files within the client’s structure:

  • examples - every API call has its own client usage example in this folder, please start here.
  • src/entities/helpers - data structures to prepare request data. Fill structure using setters/methods to prepare request.
  • src/entities/request - request helper. Feed these classes with helper objects (or use direct array feed) to get correct API request structure.
  • src/entities/response - classes, which hold returned results. Client sorts all response types into provided classes. Whole response is accessible by ApiBatchResponse object
  • exception - all exception types by API event. Read class description to get meaning of an exception.

Basic usage example

More verbose usage examples are located in the examples folder. Contact your dedicated Olza Logistic manager to gain access to API and URLs.

The client has only one mandatory constructor parameter: API URL.

Example of getting shipments statuses:

// Setup autoloading
include '../vendor/autoload.php';

use OlzaApiClient\Client as ApiClient;

use OlzaApiClient\Entities\Helpers\HeaderEntity;
use OlzaApiClient\Entities\Helpers\GetStatusesEntity;

use OlzaApiClient\Entities\Request\ApiBatchRequest;

$apiUser = 'XXX';
$apiPassword = 'XXX';
$apiUrl = 'http://XXX';

// build header using included helper
$header = new HeaderEntity();
       ->setLanguage( HeaderEntity::LANG_CS );

// build new shipment using inluded helper
$shipments = new GetStatusesEntity();

// build API request object
$apiRequest = new ApiBatchRequest();

// communicate with Olza API using client
$apiClient = new ApiClient($apiUrl);
$apiResponse = $apiClient->getStatuses($apiRequest);

echo '<pre>';
echo '</pre>';

Installing Guzzle

The recommended way to install Olza Logistic API client is through Composer.

# Install Composer
curl -sS | php

Next, run the Composer command to install the latest stable version of Client:

php composer.phar require develart-projects/olza-logisctic-api-client

After installing, you need to require Composer's autoloader:

require 'vendor/autoload.php';

You can then later update Client using composer:

composer.phar update

Important notice

It's recommended to lock client minor version in composer to avoid unintended client interface changes, which can occur in between the minor versions.

"require" : {
      "develart-projects/olza-logisctic-api-client": "1.0.*"


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